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In this video of TVLesson hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to create a great fancy hairstyle – an upward roll with curls ...
underneath. Liz Muller is the owner of Liz's Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. As a professional hair designer and color speciali
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On behalf of tvlesson.com this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s hair design in Hollywood Florida. In this clip I’m going to show you how to do an upward roll with curls underneath and make sure that your client has some curls at least on the bottom of the hair that they been roll instead and maybe you can use curling iron or flat iron to curl the bottom of it so you can get this look. Okay you’re going to take your hair straight back, you can do it a little part or you can go straight back to the side a little bit, but I’m going to get straight back in this clip and I’m going to bring the hair up and use my finger tips. Bring it all the way up. A little bit higher. Keep combing it up like that pushing it up and combing it a little bit okay, see a little bit more control of the hair. I’m going to take your rubber band and when you go in with it, you’re going to turn it ones and then you’ll not going to go all the way through. You’re going to go half way this way open it up, bend out the top like this, okay and you’re going to pin, pin underneath. Start pinning the hair underneath, just pin it. Start pinning a little bit more and you have to pin it so it stays up high okay, start pinning it so it stays up. Now the bottom because it was turned in and is going to stay a little curly like this, you just going to start taking your pins and pinning upward also so you can play around with your curls. Now you just going to play along with it, okay, don’t think it’s just going to fall, have it you wanted to, you might be lucky but usually you have to keep playing with it to get those curls the way you want them. Pin it this way a little bit, okay, keep doing it and you might want to turn a little bit more, pin it one more time this way. I want to spray it and end up your roll just a little bit, keep spraying around, squeeze those curls in and she suppose to look like this enough fun. And this is how you do an upward roll with curls underneath. On behalf of tvlesson.com this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.